pericarp

Pericarp vs Endosperm - What's the difference?

pericarp | endosperm |


As nouns the difference between pericarp and endosperm

is that pericarp is (botany) the outermost layer, or skin, of a ripe fruit or ovary while endosperm is (biology) tissue surrounding the embryo of flowering plant seeds, that provides nutrition to the developing embryo; usually triploid.

Pericarp vs Rind - What's the difference?

pericarp | rind |


As nouns the difference between pericarp and rind

is that pericarp is (botany) the outermost layer, or skin, of a ripe fruit or ovary while rind is a bovine animal, cow, ox, head of cattle.

Pericarp vs Peel - What's the difference?

pericarp | peel |


As a noun pericarp

is (botany) the outermost layer, or skin, of a ripe fruit or ovary.

As a proper noun peel is

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Pericarp vs Mericarp - What's the difference?

pericarp | mericarp |


In botany|lang=en terms the difference between pericarp and mericarp

is that pericarp is (botany) the outermost layer, or skin, of a ripe fruit or ovary while mericarp is (botany) an individual carpel of a schizocarp, having a single seed.

As nouns the difference between pericarp and mericarp

is that pericarp is (botany) the outermost layer, or skin, of a ripe fruit or ovary while mericarp is (botany) an individual carpel of a schizocarp, having a single seed.

Pericarp vs Angiospermous - What's the difference?

pericarp | angiospermous |


In botany|lang=en terms the difference between pericarp and angiospermous

is that pericarp is (botany) the outermost layer, or skin, of a ripe fruit or ovary while angiospermous is (botany) having seeds enclosed in a pod or other pericarp.

As a noun pericarp

is (botany) the outermost layer, or skin, of a ripe fruit or ovary.

As an adjective angiospermous is

(botany) having seeds enclosed in a pod or other pericarp.

Pericarp vs Epicarp - What's the difference?

pericarp | epicarp |


In context|botany|lang=en terms the difference between pericarp and epicarp

is that pericarp is (botany) the outermost layer, or skin, of a ripe fruit or ovary while epicarp is (botany) exocarp.

As nouns the difference between pericarp and epicarp

is that pericarp is (botany) the outermost layer, or skin, of a ripe fruit or ovary while epicarp is (botany) exocarp.

Pericarp vs Testa - What's the difference?

pericarp | testa |


In context|botany|lang=en terms the difference between pericarp and testa

is that pericarp is (botany) the outermost layer, or skin, of a ripe fruit or ovary while testa is (botany) a seed coat.

As nouns the difference between pericarp and testa

is that pericarp is (botany) the outermost layer, or skin, of a ripe fruit or ovary while testa is (botany) a seed coat.

Perespurm vs Pericarp - What's the difference?

perespurm | pericarp |

Pericarp vs Exocarp - What's the difference?

pericarp | exocarp |


As nouns the difference between pericarp and exocarp

is that pericarp is (botany) the outermost layer, or skin, of a ripe fruit or ovary while exocarp is (biology) the outermost layer of the pericarp of fruits; the skin or epicarp.

Mesocarp vs Pericarp - What's the difference?

mesocarp | pericarp |

Mesocarp is a related term of pericarp.


In context|botany|lang=en terms the difference between mesocarp and pericarp

is that mesocarp is (botany) the middle layer of the pericarp of a fruit in many fruits such as drupes and tomatoes, the mesocarp is fleshy while pericarp is (botany) the outermost layer, or skin, of a ripe fruit or ovary.

As nouns the difference between mesocarp and pericarp

is that mesocarp is (botany) the middle layer of the pericarp of a fruit in many fruits such as drupes and tomatoes, the mesocarp is fleshy while pericarp is (botany) the outermost layer, or skin, of a ripe fruit or ovary.

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